Bermuda has an island feel that is unmatched anywhere else. It has crystalline powder pink sand beaches and party boats, the aroma of cedar and spice berries, magnificent kiskadee singing, and crackling noises on a Crown and Anchor board.
Expect friendly greetings, broad smiles, spectacular natural sights, thrilling adventures, 21 square miles of stunning views, mingled cultures, and a whiff of mystery. Bermuda’s natural splendour is breathtaking wherever you go on the island, with vibrant blue oceans, craggy cliffs, and rocky coves connected by bays, preserves, marshes, caves, and caverns. It contains natural treasures, enchanting parks, vibrant forests and blossoms, reclusive small reptiles, and uncommon birds.
The delightful lagoons are tucked along Bermuda’s stunning coastline and call. Explore miles of pink, silky dunes, undiscovered coves, and imposing cliffs. Hike or bike along the ancient Railway Trail, or take to the trails of a natural reserve.
Take a stroll through the tranquil paths of Tom Moore’s Jungle or negotiate the cliffs of John Smith’s Bay and Astwood Cove. One of Bermuda’s underground caverns, said to be millions of years old, can be reached by descending a stone stairway. Explore a lush green jungle, go for a jog or a bicycle ride along the seaside-wide Rail Trail, or take the thriving Bermuda Arboretum.